A lot is happening in the country and many people are very optimistic with Ruto's government. This comes after Ruto made so many promises to Kenyans. The Mau Mau fighters are on the list of people who are very expectant from Ruto. For them, they claim that the British sent them Ksh 21 trillion which came to world bank. The cash is supposed to be released through world bank and disbursed to the various beneficiaries.
Unfortunately, the previous government ignored them despite calling for assistance to help them get their benefits. Many are actually living low lives despite saving this country. They want Ruto to speed up the process so that they can get their funds.
“As the government releases the social protection funds for the elderly, it is our humble plea that it also considers compensation for the freedom fighters,” Human Rights activist spoke in their behalf.
Many have actually died poor after failing to receive anything from the previous government which actually failed to listed to their grievances.
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